Low-Cost Inventions and Patents: Series II
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Inventions are new, unique, and useful creations or solutions to problems that have been developed through the process of invention. Inventions can exist tangibly, such as machines, devices, or products, or intangibly, such as processes or methods. Inventors use their knowledge, creativity, and problem-solving skills to conceive of new ideas and turn them into useful inventions. Inventors may work individually or in teams, and they often go through a process of research, development, and testing before bringing their inventions to market. Inventions can have a wide range of applications and can be used to improve people’s lives, solve problems, and advance technology. Low-cost inventions are innovations that are designed to be affordable and accessible to a wide range of people. These inventions often utilize inexpensive materials and simple design techniques to make them more affordable than other products on the market. The goal of low-cost inventions is to make useful and innovativ...